Jemadari Vi-Bee-Kil Kilele was born in the Democratic Republic of Congo. Notwithstanding his country of birth, Jemadari’s academic background as well as his extensive travels to many countries has enabled him to speak and write fluently in both English and French. As an erudite enthusiast, he holds a master’s degree in education sciences, a diploma in project management, a certificate in diamond evaluation and expertise, a diploma in management development, and a certificate of achievement in leadership management from the Dale Carnegie Institute.
His literary skills gained expression through intensive and profound readership, which culminated in the production of a variety of literary works.
He received an International Poet of Merit Award in the year 1995 in Washington, DC, which facilitated his acceptance as a member of the International Society of Poets operating from the USA.
In 1998, Mtu’s published The Afrikan Tales, which is a collection of short stories compiled by Mr. J. Kilele.
Minerva Press in England published his first play, The Serial Killer, a powerful and moving account of our contemporary headline events, in 2000. It seeks to explore the current theme of HIV/AIDS.
The Trail of Satan, an intriguing summary of accusations and defense that attempts to open up a debate on the spiritual embodiment of good and evil, is currently under review.